The more than 100 Iraqi Christians living in the Detroit area fear torture and possible death if sent back to Iraq.
A police officer attacked at a Flint airport may have been a few millimeters away from death, based on a doctor’s assessment Friday.
Michigan is in the running for a multi-billion dollar investment by one of the world’s largest electronics maker, Foxconn.
A principal who police say shot and killed his son before turning the gun on himself will be laid to rest Friday, along with his son.
The family that claims a deputy was distracted by football while a jail inmate took his own life has settled a lawsuit.
Scientists say the Michigan State University Gran Fondo bicycling event is helping them make strides in curing skin cancer.
The Michigan Legislature has approved funding for 114 public recreation projects.
Michigan would no longer ban switchblades under a bill sent to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Authorities say the man accused of stabbing an officer at Bishop International Airport tried to buy a gun in the U.S. but was unsuccessful.
A $56.7 billion state budget is headed toward Gov. Rick Snyder’s desk after the Republican-led Senate gave it final approval.
The boy, named Pierson, told officers he was staying with his grandmother.
Kentwood police are investigating a crash that killed a Grand Rapids man.
Two Detroit-area women have been charged with allowing their daughters to undergo genital mutilation.
The state has ended its deal with the contractor analyzing the risks of Line 5, after learning someone on the team also worked for Enbridge.
A zoning appeals board has dealt another setback to a bottled-water company that wants to pump more groundwater in western Michigan.